Bristol doubled up as Peckham in Only Fools and Horses for many years - and stars such as David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst could be seen regularly on the city's streets. All images courtesy of Steve Tanzell/Tony Miles.
Boycie's garage was actually Miles Motor Company in Ashton and featured in the much-loved show several times.
Of course, the most famous filming location in Bristol was the tower block overlooking Ashton Gate which doubled up as 'Nelson Mandela House'.
Nearby is the Trotter brothers' lock-up garage where the antique pocket watch which made them millionnaires lay undiscovered for years.
One of the most famous scenes in the programme's history was when Del and Rodney broke down dressed up as Batman and Robin - that happened in Penn Street in Broadmead.
The next scene, where the dynamic duo save a councillor from being mugged, was filmed in Stokes Croft.
In that same episode, Rodney is chased by one of the muggers through Peckham - a scene filmed on Park Avenue in Bedminster.
The White Horse in Bedminster doubled up as the Nag's Head pub - the Trotters' local watering hole.
Another regular haunt for the Trotters was the fictional Sid's Cafe under the flyover at Cumberland Basin.
In reality, Rodney and Cassandra's flat was Guild Court which is in Redcliffe Back in Bristol's Harbourside.
And surely one of the most well-known episodes of them all - Yuppy Love. Del accidentally falling through an open bar was filmed in a London studio, but the external scenes were shot in Bristol.
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